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an unruly crowd applying for subsidized apartments in columbus, ohio. 2,000 people showed up then they started fighting in order to get applications. that complex had to turn everyone away. several people were treated for minor injuries but no one was arrested. >> it is all pray and no play. it turns out the controversial combround zai ground zero mosque was supposed to be a cultural center is an empty space with no community programs whatsoever. dozens of worshippers gather at the site for prayer services but that is the only activity in the building despite promises otherwise. >>> thank you, heather. looking for somewhere special to take your family this holiday season? we are here to help you out. they gave us their list of the top five hotels. here to tell us about them all are travel experts lee avamante. best job in business. >> let's start with the first one. this is in las vegas. one of the nicest hotels in las vegas say it is a great place. they are decked out for the holidays in reds and golds and greens. they have all of the cool scenes for kids like giant gifts an
game player in his basement that's what he did. joining us now from columbus, ohio a teacher at ohio state and studied the violent video game culture. what's the most important thing you learned about the culture, professor? >> well, i have been study violent media effects for over 25 years and conducted over 50 studies we recently conducted comprehensive review of all studies 381 of them involving 130,000 participants and these studies show that violent video games increase aggressive thoughts. they increase angry feelings. they increase physiological arousal such as heart rate and blood pressure. which may explain why they also increase aggressive behavior because people who have aggressive thoughts and feel angry inside and are stressed out are more likely to behave aggressively than those who aren't. and they also decrease helping behavior and they decrease feelings of empathy and compassion for others. >> bill: i know lots of kids who play these games. and they are good kids, they are normal. they don't act out. they don't do anything destructive but they love the games. the rea
. cleveland, too, columbus, ohio, at 39 degrees. that cold air will be dropping in, and arriving by tomorrow morning. so you're going to need the coat. i think a lot of neighborhoods will be down in the 20s by tomorrow morning. we're at 58 degrees right now. our winds still at 12 miles per hour. it's a dry wind out of the northwest. but that wind by morning will drop to about five to maybe eight miles an hour. and there's your cold front showing up this morning, from new york, eastern new york, all the way through our area and down into eastern tennessee. move through our area, and now high pressure is over us. so the sky is clear. and tomorrow it still will be with us. we'll have some sunshine. from chilly to cold by morning. we get the sunshine. we'll hold on to full sunshine throughout the day tomorrow. you'll hardly even notice a cloud, even a wispy cloud. friday, the clouds roll in. and there's a possibility of a few light showers just north of d.c. i didn't put a percentage in, because i thought it would only be about 20% chance. for friday night, saturday morning, the rain comes into
by airey at the age of 11 or 12 when they lived in columbus, ohio. that he would take him to many moose related events some of them overnight trips that his mother actually gave the blessing for it was on one of those overnight trips in ohio that peck told me airey allegedly sexually assaulted him. >> it was in the middle of the night. the room was pitch black. i was shocked, very scared. i recall tears coming down my face and wetting the pillow behind me and i laid perfectly still and pretty much just kind of went into shock mode. and i didn't know if i was going to be hurt or injured if i tried to fight back so i didn't. of hockey player thorn flurry coming forward to say that he had been sexually abused as a junior hockey player he thought to himself if a tough guy like flurry would come forward so could i. harris? >> harris: it's sad that there are so many of these stories and victims to come forward. john roberts, thank you very much. a holiday surprise for many apple fans. the long awaited return of google maps and what it means for iphone users where to go and how to get there. y
-old boy living in columbus, ohio. that was back in 1980. at the time we reported this last week, airey was on his 50th wedding anniversary cruise with his wife. he since returned to the chicago area, aurora, where moose headquarters are. the board of directors met yesterday and it was after that board of directors meeting that mr. airey voluntarily tendered his resignation. peck told us in exclusive interview when he was a child living in columbus he was a neighbor across the street. airey bee hended him and group of other boys and would frequently take them over to the moose lodge, let them play pool and watch television and give them soft drinks and would on occasion take them on overnight trips. one of the overnight trips back in 1980 to new orleans he alleges ariey subsequent trip in ohio that he alleges they engaged in a full-on sexual assault. the lawsuit, a civil not criminal lawsuit, that was filed in franklin county, ohio, last thursday also alleges on two occasions in 1996 and 2007arie was investigated by the executive board of moose international for other instances of inapp
at an annual picnic. and $98,000 for an underwater robot in columbus, and apparently there is not a lot of water in the area where they have that underwater robot. those are samples of some of the stuff on here found to be wasteful in this report. i'm joined by oklahoma republican tom coburn, the senator behind this report. he has dedicated a lot of his career trying to find the wasteful perhaps programs that are in washington. he's a member of the homeland security department also. obviously the homeland security department was created after september 11 this to find ways to make us more secure as a nation. when these communities say they need this money for training purposes to be ready in the event of an attack it seems on the face of it like a good idea, right? >> well, these are called urban area security initiative grants. the whole idea was to take the top cities in america that were most likely at risk for terrorism and harden them, and help the states, and those cities, get them to a point where we had a markedly decreased risk for terrorism attacks. the problem with the admini
to take the state if he wanted to win, but ohio is auto country. i met voters in columbus who were outraged because it was a bold-faced lie. all chrysler said is it may make extra jeeps in china. here's what i said about romney's surprising misunderstanding of the auto industry back then. >> for decades and decades and decades, american auto companies have made cars in the countries or the regions in which they sell them. i want to remind americans when they buy toyotas and hondas and hyundais and nissans in america that are assembled here, back home somebody said why are you shipping our jobs to america? it shows a misunderstanding by the romney camp to try and get under people's nails about jobs and cars being made elsewhere. >> christine didn't see that coming and got stuck listening to my rant. they knew all of this very well and chrysler immediately denied the claim and romney stood by his ad. i don't need to tell you what an important swing state ohio is. there may be a host of reasons he department carry the state in the end, but his stunt didn't help. he tried to deceive oh
at the columbus zoo in ohio. we should also wish our regular anchor a happy birthday. she is off for the holiday. there is a picture of her with her presents. >> and shannon is celebrating her 21st birthday. >> that's right. she can finally go and have a beer. >>> as capitol hill is wrestling with the white house about what to cut and how much to cut, have you ever wondered how much of the national debt that you and your family owe? a special report brett bier has a look at part two in our series "the cost of spending." >> the national debt clock spinning faster every year. we have all seen it before. >> do you see that clock up there? $16 trillion in debt. >> used as a prop at campaign events. >> when this campaign began it was a heck of a lot less than that. >> you can walk by the main debt clock in new york city, west 44th street and avenue of the americas. but when you really stop and look at it for awhile maybe even stair at it, frankly it is scary. as of today every household in the united states owes about $140,000 of this debt, every single household. the u.s. barrows roughly $6 billion
. "piers morgan tonight." >>> up next, a famous new york city landmark, columbus circle, right at the center of a new murder mystery. a man shot in the head in the middle of the day. right outside the time warner center. not very far away, a block or two away from our new york studios. we have the latest on the manhunt that is now under way. kd cash rewards credit card, i love 'em even more. i earn 1% cash back everywhere, every time. 2% on groceries. 3% on gas. automatically. no hoops to jump through. that's 1% back on... [ toy robot sounds ] 2% on pumpkin pie. and apple. 3% back on 4 trips to the airport. it's as easy as... -[ man ] 1... -[ woman ] 2... [ woman ] 3. [ male announcer ] the bankamericard cash rewards card. apply online or at a bank of america near you. >>> a brazen daylight shooting on the streets of new york city. we are monitoring that story in "the situation room." what happened? >> absolutely, scary when you hear these details. a law enforcement official tells "the wall street journal," quote, it definitely looks like a hit. police say a 31-year-old black m
that they have a problem with unemployment or housing. detroit, columbus, other places have it. parts of massachusetts have it. other parts of massachusetts don't. so i think this has to be very localized and figure out how you solve that. so it's going to be tight until we get rules figured out and then you bring in private capital. but i'm not sure that's all together a bad thing but i think we have a lot more granular by-city or by-community to figure out what the answer should be. >> turning now to the customer relationship and how it's changing in response to the very dramatic developments in the bank and developments over the last several years so, first of all, i was delighted to hear about your efforts regarding home buyer -- over the past few years people need to understand what they are getting into when they make this enormous commitment but let me ask you about the change in the different potential change. it was reported a couple weeks ago in one news article that i saw that the bank was backing off of a plan to impose new fees under checking accounts in under certain ci
it going and you will disappear off of the screen. moving on. police in columbus, ohio using pepper tray - on spray. 2000 people showed up to try to get in the subsidized town homes and that's the word there. subsidized. they were fighting over the applications . the apartment complex turned everyone away and several people were treated for minor injuries. coming up on winter. making for dangerous conditions and waking up to tons of snow. blizzard-like conditions in minnesota and wisconsin . in minnesota over a foot of snow has already fallen. meanwhile quickly let's go to the maps and find out where it is snowing. it is moving through portions of new england it is a cold front and got rain all the way through portions of new england and west virginia and central portions of the tennessee valley and behind it colder air at the map. rapid city. it is only 23 . 31 in chicago . meanwhile in front of the front, 40s and 50s and 60s . right now in atlanta 61 degrees . how much will it warm up today. freezing in kansas city and below freezing in minneapolis . 60 in raleigh durham . in new orlea
, making them pay a little bit more, gets you from the end of the fiscal year on september 30 to columbus day. then what? then what? and it completely ignores the fact that 2/3 of the federal budget, the federal budget is $3.6 trillion, 2/3 of the federal budget is what's called the middle class entitlements. so it's medicare, medicaid, social security, and the interest on the debt. those checks go out automatically. there is nothing any member of congress has to vote on. and unless you have a proposal, which simpson-bowles, was and is, you may hear the ads playing on the radio from the nation's c.e.o. and others saying, we can't play small ball, we got to come up with a package that actually heals the country. if there's a sadness that i had, run of the reasons i'm leaving, is if you listen to the people talking, the president's advisors are saying, going over the fiscal cliff, we are putting the republicans in this box on the 2%, that's good for the president. and you hear the democrats saying, wow, listen, if we can have this discharge petition and put the burden, make people not like
and i was groying up in columbus. i still call him mayor today. i got to know him when he was in the legislature of the ohio senate and he was in the -- i was in the ohio house. i got to know him better when i was elected here and obviously a lot has been said about dennis. a lot has been said about dennis, about his passion. his -- he softball a man who will continue his mission in other way he ran for president. he wasn't shy about it. he has strong beliefs, beliefs that are different than mine but again, someone you can call a friend. and finally, last but not least, the man who has a different quality than the rest of the four and what i mean by that is, he was the only one of the five who wasn't a legislator before he came to congress. he was a prosecutor. steve latourette. ironically if you talk to members of the house, they would say he was a legislator's legislator. even though he was never a legislator before he got here. which is amazing. and steve latourette is a contrast in so many different ways. you heard so much about him here tonight in terms of the work he
, monday afternoon, midtown manhattan, right around columbus circle and carnegie hall. take a close look at this still picture. this is what we have from surveillance cameras. nypd says this is just moments before this suspected gunman here, the guy on left-hand side of the screen with the hoodie pulled over his head, this is right before he pulls the gun and fired, putting a single bullet in the back of his target's head. the target, a california law student visiting the city. police say the suspect then got into his silver lincoln mkz, here is the car, you see him coming or going, coming, this is also obviously surveillance video, the suspect simply disappeared after that single shot into new york traffic. so many questions here. i want to bring in new york times reporter david goodman. david, excellent reporting. all these details in your piece this morning. i guess one of the first things when i read it i thought you have this victim, brandon woodward, law student, apparently had a law school exam the next day back in los angeles, but he didn't have a return ticket. tell me more. >>
in their custody the getaway car used in monday's targeted hit killing, near new york's columbus circle, in the middle of the afternoon. it was a rental car found in queens. and as police piece together leads, they are also getting help from the lapd, since the victim was visiting from los angeles. and a picture is emerging of a man trying to get his life back on track. surveillance video captures a waiting killer. police say ten minutes later, this man killed brandon woodard of los angeles in a brazen execution-style murder on a busy manhattan street. where brandon woodard is heading is unclear. police believe he may have been looking for an address when he was looking down at his phone. he briefly turned his head, saw his killer, didn't seem to recognize him, and then kept walking. moments later, woodard was shot at close range in the back of the head with a .9-millimeter gun. his killers, say police, got back into a car where a driver was waiting and took off. surveillance tape in a tunnel later put investigators on their path to queens. ballistics tests matched the weapon to one use
the window in places like san francisco on the trolley cars, durham, eugene, oregon, columbus, hartford, athens, other cities around the country. the d.h.s., department of homeland security, and city and local and state authorities are putting money together to tape your conversations on buses. >> gretchen: why can't they put up a camera to help us if they're worried about the bus driver? >> you're right. they have cameras. now they're integrating audio. now they're integrating that it can go out on the web to a depot somewhere else, to a police facility, to someone that can listen to your conversation with your children on the bus. you're talking about school, you're talking about going to see a relative, going to see your mother, and all of that stuff becomes part of the ether. >> gretchen: i'm glad you didn't say i was talking to my husband about date night. >> i didn't say that at all. >> gretchen: that might be more private. >> it would be private, but all of that is private. so now we have a situation in this country where yes, there should be some limitations on what goes on in p
was in columbus stark county ohio this year. love it all. thank you very much, congresswoman. >> marry christmas to all. >> in america owning a gun seems part and parcel of being an american but overseas they don't understand how you can walk into a store or a gun show and walk out with weapons some say should be used only by the military. we'll show you how the world is reacting to americans' gun culture. hey, look! a shooting star! make a wish! i wish we could lie here forever. i wish this test drive was over, so we could head back to the dealership. [ male announcer ] it's practically yours. test drive! thank you very much, reacting to americans' gun and it's never been easier to get a jetta. that's the power of german engineering. get $0 down, $0 due at signing, $0 deposit, and $0 first month's payment on any new volkswagen. visit vwdealer.com today. >>> coming up, we are going to have more on world reaction to america. and gun control. in the "newsroom." [ male announcer ] if someone asks what it feels like to drive a jeep grand cherokee, tell them it's like being nestled in an eight-way, a
columbus of pet gifts. back inside, guys. tell us what's coming up next. >> steve: very nice. >> gretchen: thanks, brian. up next on "fox & friends," no protest and no protection. a scathing new report finds massive failures in washington led to the murders of four americans in benghazi, libya. so why is the blame going to the ambassador who died? peter johnson, jr. weighs in. >> steve: then a big victory for religious freedom. what the courts just ruled on the president's contraception mandate. hear it next right here on "fox & friends" ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] campbell's green bean casserole. it's amazing what soup can do [ male announcer ] campbell's it's hard to see opportunity in today's challenging environment. unless you have the right perspective. bny mellon wealth management has the vision and experience to look beyond the obvious. we'll uncover opportunities, find hidden risk, and make success a reality. bny mellon wealth management progressive direct and other car insurance companies? yes. but you're progressive, and they're them. yes. but they're here. yes. are you...? there
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